It's always busy in the App Store with a never-ending flood of new apps landing on iOS and OS X. Take a few minutes and check out our list of stand-out titles from the past few weeks! If that's not enough, you can also follow our ongoing coverage of new apps as they are released.
New iOS Apps
Air Display 2 [iOS Universal; [iOS Universal; $4.99] Use Air Display to turn your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch into a wireless display for your computer. Increase your productivity with extra screen real estate or mirror your Mac or Windows computer display to your iOS device.
Gravie [iPhone; Category: Photography & Video; $1.99] Make your own video in minutes using our themes, graphic templates, clip arts. Record your own video or select from the recorded clips and recreate using various effects and styles.
ARC Squadron: Redux [iOS Universal; Category: Games; Free] As an elite pilot serving in the ARC Squadron, you are tasked to take on the Guardians in head-to-head combat and bring down their empire.
Batman: Arkham Origins [iOS Universal; Category: Games; Free] Prove your worth as Gotham's Dark Knight, facing off against a slew of deadly assassins and their thugs in the new mobile game, Batman Arkham Origins.
Machinarium Pocket Edition [iPhone; Category: Games; $1.99] An award-winning adventure game by the makers of Samorost and Botanicula.
Boxie - Prettify your Dropbox [iPhone; Category: Productivity; $1.99] Boxie is a brand new Dropbox client for iPhone, which enhances and prettifies your whole Dropbox experience.
New OS X Apps
Draft Control [OS X; Category: Productivity; Free] Draft Control works alongside your word processor and automatically tracks changes over time. Every change is searchable, archived, and easy to restore.
SEGA Superstars Tennis [OS X; Category: Games; $14.99] Sonic and a superstar cast of fan-favourite characters serve up extreme arcade tennis on courts inspired by SEGA's psychedelic gameworlds.
iZip Viewer [OS X; Category: Utilities; Free] iZip Viewer can help you view the content of your archive file by Mac's 'Quick Look' tool.